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Japanese Beetle
Japanese Beetle
Size: about 5/8"
Color: Iridescent copper-colored elytra and green thorax and head
Infestation: Rose Bushes, Grapes, Hops, Canna, Crape Myrtles, and other plants
Native: Japan

Japanese Beetle Control

Japanese beetles (also known as scarab beetles) can usually be spotted from the beginning of July to the end of September. Japanese beetles are about 3/8th of an inch long and have a metallic green head with copper wings. They are not that difficult to distinguish. Their diet consists of just about everything surrounding your home; from shrubs, plants, trees, vegetables and even fruit. One of the main reasons why Japanese beetles are considered pests is due to their endless eating habits. They are a gardeners worst nightmare.

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How To Get Rid Of Japanese Beetles

Japanese beetles grow in numbers immensely each summer, especially in the northern and eastern states. One female can potentially produce up to 100 eggs after feeding. These eggs will then mature into adults in the early fall and start the cycle again. If not controlled and managed promptly, the Japanese beetle infestation will get out of hand. Imagine an army of flying Japanese beetles feeding on almost every plant in your garden or lawn. The feeding will inevitably lead to an immense obliteration of leaves within an instant. There are a variety of ways to control a Japanese beetle problem.

Japanese Beetle Removal

Many people who are in war with Japanese beetles every year rely on sprays and traps. These are definitely great ways to control and manage your Japanese Beetles. Many pest control professionals recommend these Japanese beetle control methods. Moreover, they also recommend using granule insecticides. Every year, Japanese beetles grow in mass numbers even with the use of sprays and traps. This is solely due to forgetting preventative measures. Sprays and traps will work and diminish your current Japanese beetle problem but for future prevention granules are strongly recommended. Granule insecticides will ensure the killing of grubs and stop the growth of their population. With the combination of these control methods, you will efficiently control your Japanese beetle infestation.

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